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The blade has amazing quality with great balance, the handle and blade is properly constructed, a must buy!
Decent blade, handle is a nice solid hard wood, i just got it in today and fought in single combat aginst a 2x12 and the blade held up nicely lol. But the sheeth is a pice of junk im going to make a real leather sheeth later on that wont fall apart when wet. But hey what do you expect from a $20 sword.
Good strong blade. Most of the weight lies from roughly the middle of the blade to its point. Since the handle is the lightest part, it adds more strength behind each swing- letting the blades weight do the work. Point is sharp but the blade itself could only cut butter. Fits in the sheath nicely and is overall a nice and simple blade. **As a side note, "made in Pakistan" was stamped (in small print) near the base of the blade where it connects to the brass guard and wooden handle. This was fairly easy to file off with several different grade files... still left mild scarring after- but this did successfully remove the stamp and the superficial scratches are barely even visible.Overall, great buy for the price! Could probably do some serious damage if sharpened (excluding its already deadly impaling power.)
Very good blade. not sharp. really a decor piece. good quality. i recommend it
Love it, it is weighted well and feels great. The scabbard is awesome, overall the perfect sword for me.
amazing sword from ts for an amazing price. its dull but calvelry swords like this didnt need to be shrap
very good for the price! however dull blade
great sword, sturdy blade, excellent arrival time
amazing sword for its price very well made just needed to be sharpened which the steel took very well to
The handel wasent exactly the best, sword was decentMy hand fit but, it slips because the wooden piece isnt exactly same size through out, kinda like a cone.
This thai nagi sword is LEGIT! I already had the combat commander Gladius, and this is twice as awesome! The carbon steel slices through grass mats like butter and you should see what it did to watermelons!
Reviewed on Feb. 16 2016